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Test Technician II

Archbald, PennsylvaniaPEAK Technical Staffing USA


Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Perform diversified functional test and troubleshooting operations on a variety of complex prototype and production electronic and electro-mechanical systems and sub-systems.
  • Will be required to trouble shoot and recommend corrective action when defective units show up during operational test of components, chassis, sub-assemblies, systems, motors, generators, amplidynes and wiring.
  • Makes various tests on electrical, electro-mechanical and electronic components, chassis, sub-assemblies and systems to determine compliance and performance as specified.
  • May be required to assemble, wire and check performance of test fixtures and test panels.
  • Measurements may involve voltage, current, frequency, speed, vibration, humidity, backlash, temperature, power, power factor, phase shift, etc.
  • Record findings and readings on test data sheets and refers data beyond established limits to his/her supervisor and/or to the engineer concerned.
  • Performs miscellaneous duties as assigned.

Required Skills/Experience:

  • Must be able to interpret complicated blueprints, schematic drawings, wiring diagrams, test specifications, charts and tables and use advanced shop mathematics and electrical formulas.
  • Must be thoroughly familiar with the use and application of various electric, electro-mechanical and electronic measuring instruments such as galvanometers, potentiometers, L, C and R bridges, voltmeters, ammeters, digital multi meters, power meters, oscilloscopes, RD and AF and micro-wave signal generators, motors, generators, amplidynes, phase shifters, pulse and sweep generators, spectrum analyzers, tape recorders, torque testers, hi-potting and meggering equipment and recording instruments.
  • Will be required to trouble shoot and recommend corrective action when defective units show up during operational test of components, chassis, sub-assemblies, systems, motors, generators, amplidynes and wiring.
  • Must be able to determine the effect of measuring equipment on the circuit being measured and be able to correct readings accordingly.
  • Must have a thorough knowledge of safety precautions to follow so as to prevent injury to himself/herself and/or others who may use the equipment.

Additional Information:

  • Available Positions: 3.
  • Start Date: 7/09/2018.
  • Work Week:  4/10.
  • OT: Yes.
  • Shift: 1st.
  • Electronics Testing Skill Level (lowest 1 – 5 highest): 3 required.